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Old 11-19-2008, 11:41 PM
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HHO Hydrogen Injection-anyone install a kit on a Carbed V8?

I am wanting to install a HHO kit on a 351W with a 4 barrel Holly Carb. Just looking for anybody who has experience doing this successfully. Or if you know of any sites or links. There is very little info on this and I would appreciate any help as this will be my first kit.

Please, I know you are going to want to tell me how it doesnt work. I have heard and read it all before and please dont waste your time.

If you have installed a kit and actually experimented with it, then I invite any feedback or comments about this project.

Also, if you have had success at this on this size engine...im curious how many more MPG you have achived.

Thanks a lot.
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Wrong forum.............Try here: http://www.ford-trucks.com/forums/forum146/

There are multiple threads on HHO, but you probably don't want to hear what they say.................
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Old 11-25-2008, 06:57 PM
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Hi Sky,
Last year I bought a HHO generator from this Co. call Meg drive and this guy Jim is who I delt with. He told that they were backorder on parts for 5 weeks. I paid with with paypal and the time that you have to complain is 45 days. After I got the unit on the truck, whitch was 6.4 diesel I was told I was going to get 3 to 5 MPG more, well when I seen no change I call for help and at first they tried. Jim was going to call me back but his helper always said he was busy he'll call me back. This went on for 3 months. I now have took it off the truck and have been using 70% waste motor oil as fuel. I now have about 20K mile on it and it works great. I still have the HHO generator if you still want to tried it I would sell cheep. As for putting $900 out and get stifted don't do it. ( If Jim from Meg drive reads this, You are scum)
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Old 12-30-2008, 11:33 PM
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Interesting...well, I may be interested in buying your generator, although I am most likely going to build on myself. Here is my email if you still have it. Lets talk. skyfirebird27@yahoo.com
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